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NPR News: Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'The Magnificent Seven' And 'Fleabag'

Pop Culture Happy Hour: ‘The Magnificent Seven’ And ‘Fleabag’
The gang discusses a new Western remake starring Denzel Washington, as well as a beloved British TV import starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. 14 more words

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NPR News: Questions of Race And Charter Schools Divide Education Reformers

Questions of Race And Charter Schools Divide Education Reformers
Black Lives Matter, the NAACP, and the future of a once bipartisan alliance on education.

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NPR News: Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'The Magnificent Seven' And 'Fleabag'

Pop Culture Happy Hour: ‘The Magnificent Seven’ And ‘Fleabag’
The gang discusses a new Western remake starring Denzel Washington, as well as a beloved British TV import starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. 14 more words

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NPR News: Questions of Race And Charter Schools Divide Education Reformers

Questions of Race And Charter Schools Divide Education Reformers
Black Lives Matter, the NAACP, and the future of a once bipartisan alliance on education.

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NPR News: Saddam Hussein's Basra Palace Transformed Into Museum

Saddam Hussein’s Basra Palace Transformed Into Museum
Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, Iraq has lost thousands of antiquities to looters and ISIS fighters. Museum director Qahtan al-Abeed tells Renee Montagne that the new institution signifies progress.

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NPR News: Has Hillary Clinton Done Enough To Reach Out To Black Voters?

Has Hillary Clinton Done Enough To Reach Out To Black Voters?
Steve Inskeep talks to Leslie Wimes, president of the Democratic African-American Women Caucus, who says Clinton’s campaign needs to be in full panic mode about recruiting African-Americans voters.

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NPR News: Thomas Friedman On The Legacy Of Shimon Peres

Thomas Friedman On The Legacy Of Shimon Peres
A funeral was held on Friday for former Israeli president Shimon Peres. Steve Inskeep talks to New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, who shares memories of Israel’s veteran statesman.

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